Motor vehicle liability insurance
Virginia increases minimum liability insurance in 2022.
Are fireworks legal in Virginia?
Are fireworks legal in Virginia? Depends on where you live and which fireworks you’re using.
Bill banning holding cellphones while driving
The state Senate voted Tuesday in favor of a bill that would prohibit holding a phone while driving.
New Virginia laws go into effect July 1
Here's a break down of some of the Commonwealth's newest laws.
California Jury Awards $2 Billion To Couple In Roundup Weed Killer Cancer Trial
A California jury has awarded a couple more than $2 billion in a verdict against Monsanto, a subsidiary of Bayer.
Lawmakers Vote to Eliminate Driver's License Suspensions
Virginia lawmakers have voted to eliminate the suspension of driver's licenses for motorists with unpaid court fines and costs.
Lime preps for Richmond scooter rollout
With its path cleared by a recent City Council vote, at least one electric scooter operator is readying for its Richmond debut.
What Fireworks Are Legal In Virginia 2018
As the fireworks season kicks off, here's a rundown on where fireworks are legal and where they're banned in Virginia.
Virginia Senate votes for "hands free" use only of cell phones while driving
The bill still must get through the House and be signed by the governor to become law.
Virginia man wins legal battle with Walt Disney World over 2006 injury
Several years after fighting in Florida courts against one of the nation's biggest companies, Dave Peterson and his son Owen can finally relax.
Parents of Great Bridge High senior killed in Virginia Beach crash file $30M wrongful death suit
The suit claims Jerode Demetrius Johnson was negligent for driving recklessly and under the influence on May 19...
DMV shortfall tops $16M, raising possibility of increased fees
The DMV estimated Monday that its shortfall could total $66.5 million for 2016 to 2022.
Stronger liquor to be legal in Virginia July 1
Beginning July 1, Virginia ABC stores will be able to offer stronger liquor.
Va. laws will require better vision for drivers before getting license
Virginia is set to implement two laws to require drivers to have better vision before they can legally get behind the wheel.
Virginia is First State to Pass Law Permitting Robot Delivery
Effective July 1, 2017, the state of Virginia will allow delivery robots to operate on sidewalks and crosswalks.
DOJ: Virginia driver's license suspension law is unconstitutional
The U.S. Department of Justice is siding with a lawsuit challenging Virginia's practice of suspending the driver's licenses of people who can't pay court costs and fines.
Girl Bitten by Camel at Virginia Safari Park Gets $155K Settlement
Why are E-Cigarettes Blowing Up?
Governor McAuliffe's executive order
Virginia Supreme Court strikes down Governor McAuliffe's executive order
Injury From Intentional Crash Covered By UM Insurance